LEGO DC Super Villains and Incredibles 2 video games rumoured

Two new LEGO video games, DC Super Villians and Incredibles 2, are rumoured to be coming from TT Games later this year.

Comic Book has reported rumours that two new video games are on the way, LEGO DC Super Villains – that may be titled LEGO DC Villains – and LEGO Incredibles 2.

If this information is accurate, LEGO Incredibles 2 will be the first video game based on a Disney movie since the release of LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean. The game is expected to be available ahead of the release of the new Disney Pixar movie in June. It is a surprising choice, as the only LEGO sets coming based on The Incredibles 2 are rumoured to be part of the Juniors theme.

The original article suggests the game will also cover the events of The Incredibles:

Given that this would be the first LEGO Incredibles video game, it would only be natural for it to recap the events of the original film; especially given that the second movie will pick up right after where it left off. If these rumblings amount to anything, it would make it the first ever LEGO game to be based around a Pixar property.


A property that has had numerous LEGO video games already is the DC comics universe, with LEGO Batman having spawned two sequels. Rather than focusing on the heroes though, this next title is expected to focus on the bad guys.

The article provides a little bit of information about the upcoming release:

Again, few details about this apparent game are available thus far, but our sources are referring to the project as ‘LEGO DC Villains’ or ‘LEGO DC Supervillains.’ It’s said to feature LEGO renditions of DC staples such as Harley Quinn, The Joker and Lex Luthor.

This information should be treated as rumour until TT Games officially announced this year’s LEGO line-up. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 was the most recent video game released by TT Games.



Graham was the Editor up until November 2020. He has plenty of experience working on LEGO related projects. He has contributed to various websites and publications on topics including niche hobbies, the toy industry and education. Follw Graham on Twitter @grahamh100.

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